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ISDA Swiss Jurisdictional Module to the ISDA Resolution Stay Jurisdictional Modular Protocol

The Swiss Jurisdictional Module enables parties to amend the terms of their Covered Agreements with entities subject to Swiss legal requirements to obtain from certain counterparties a contractual recognition of the application of stays on termination under the Swiss special resolution regime.

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ISDA 2017 OTC Equity Derivatives T+2 Settlement Cycle Protocol

The ISDA 2017 OTC Equity Derivatives T+2 Settlement Cycle Protocol is designed to assist market participants in amending the terms of certain trading confirmations to address the change for certain equity derivative transactions from a T+3 to a T+2 settlement cycle for securities for which the exchange is located in the United States, Canada, Mexico and Peru. This transition to a two-day settlement cycle is scheduled to take place on September 5, 2017.

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ISDA 2017 Bail-in Article 55 BRRD Protocol (Austrian/Belgian/Danish/Swedish entity-in-resolution version)

The 2017 ISDA Bail-in Art 55 Protocol offers market participants an efficient way to amend the terms of certain ISDA Master Agreements and certain other master agreements, framework agreements and give-up and execution agreements (as further described in the ISDA 2017 Bail-in Art 55 Protocol) to reflect the requirements of Article 55 of the EU Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive (BRRD) as implemented in the relevant jurisdiction. The 2017 ISDA Bail-in Art 55 Protocol aims to assist in-scope (Austrian, Belgian, Danish and Swedish) entities to comply with the requirement in relation to their ISDA Master Agreements and certain other agreements.

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ISDA Japanese Jurisdictional Module to the ISDA Resolution Stay Jurisdictional Modular Protocol

The ISDA Japanese Jurisdictional Module enables compliance with the amendments to the Comprehensive Guidelines issued by Japanese Financial Services Agency (the JFSA) regarding contractual stays in certain financial contracts governed by non-Japanese law (Japanese Regulation).

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ISDA 2016 Variation Margin Protocol

The ISDA 2016 Variation Margin Protocol is designed to help market participants comply with new rules on margin for uncleared swaps. The Protocol addresses documentation changes necessary to comply with the variation margin requirements that will apply to a large number of market participants in various jurisdictions from March 2017.

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ISDA 2016 Bail-in Art 55 BRRD Protocol (Dutch/French/German/Irish/Italian/Luxembourg/Spanish/UK entity-in-resolution version)

The ISDA Bail-in Protocol offers market participants an efficient way to amend the terms of certain ISDA Master Agreements and certain other master agreements, framework agreements and give-up and execution agreements (as further described in the ISDA Bail-in Protocol) to reflect the requirements of Article 55 of the EU Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive (BRRD) as implemented in the relevant jurisdictions. The ISDA Bail-in Protocol aims to assist in-scope (Dutch, French, German, Irish, Italian, Luxembourg, Spanish and UK) entities to comply with the requirement in relation to their ISDA Master Agreements and certain other agreements.

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ISDA German Jurisdictional Module to the ISDA Resolution Stay Jurisdictional Modular Protocol

The German Jurisdictional Module enables parties to amend the terms of their Covered Agreements with entities subject to German legal requirements to obtain from certain counterparties a contractual recognition of the application of stays on termination under the German special resolution regime.

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ISDA UK (PRA Rule) Jurisdictional Module to the ISDA Resolution Stay Jurisdictional Modular Protocol

The UK (PRA Rule) Jurisdictional Module enables entities subject to the UK Prudential Regulation Authority’s (UK PRA) final rule on contractual stays in financial contracts governed by third-country law to amend the terms of their Covered Agreements with certain counterparties to comply with the PRA’s final rule, by obtaining from such counterparties a contractual recognition of the application of stays on or overrides of termination rights under the UK Banking Act, as required by the UK PRA final rule.

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